CM Rawat said that the move is a big step towards PM Narendra Modi’s Digital India initiative

Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat launched free high-speed WiFi service for all government colleges and universities in the state on Sunday. He launched the service at a college in his constituency Doiwala.

Rawat claimed that Uttarakhand is the first state in the country to provide free Internet to all government colleges and universities.

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“Internet connectivity in colleges and universities will play a big role in the education of students. The youth aspires to connect with the whole world and in this direction, high-speed Internet connectivity will prove to be a boon. Through this facility, students of the state will able to acquire knowledge from great scholars,” he said.

Rawat added that the move is a big step towards Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Digital India initiative and connecting the old with the modern. “The state government is making an effort not only to make youth self-reliant but empower them so that they can give jobs to others,” he noted.

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